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Nikon d810 with 35.f2.0 lens shot landscape. Portrait how

Asked by: Jerry Williams 199 views Hardware February 13, 2019

Nikon d810 with 35.f2.0 lens shot landscape. Portrait how

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  1. +6Votes  

    Please refer to the lens for any scene, the key is to take a picture. The 35mm is a small wide angle on the full frame, and there is no problem in taking pictures.

    The portrait is small, but the perspective is good. When the portrait is taken, the facial features are more three-dimensional. It’s all good shots.

    Ruth Moore- February 13, 2019 |

  2. +1Votes  

    Yes, small wide-angle lens shots are slightly deformed

    Joseph Green- February 13, 2019 |

  3. +6Votes  

    Nikon d810 with portraits with 8514 fixed focus The scenery can be equipped with 1424 zoom, and both the scenery and the portrait can be matched with 3514 and 5014.

    AF-S 58mm/1.4G is called the new dark night eye. The portrait and the night scene are nothing to say, but the angle of view is too small, which is not conducive to taking pictures. AF-S 35mm/1.4G is a very good human head. It is suitable for scenery and street sweeping, but the price is too bad. With this budget, it is better to change the two lenses of Sigma’s 35mm/1.4 Art and 50mm/1.4 Art. Whether it is imaging resolution or out-of-focus effect, and the edge quality is better than the original one, especially the Sigma 50mm/1.4 Art lens, which is currently the second only after the ZEISS Otus 55mm/1.4 header.

    Portraits are divided into several ways: The first one is wide-angle, the landscape is dominated, and the person is embellished. The second is a full-body photo, the 50mm focal length represents the third is a half-length photo, and the 85mm represents the fourth gold portrait. The focal length is 135mm. With the advent of the digital age, all Nikon lenses must be multiplied by a factor of 1.5 to be 135. The actual focal length on the traditional camera, the problem has been solved, and now 85mm becomes a golden portrait focal length, is it? Because multiplying by 1.5 equals 127.5mm. That 50mm naturally assumes the function of a half-length portrait, but what about the 50mm full-body portrait of the past? So the 35mm full-body portrait lens came out! Take over the status of the previous 50mm lens! 35 * 1.5 = 52.5mm

    Frank Walker- February 13, 2019 |